Derbyshire-based financial planners, Freedom Financial Planning, is to offer free financial advice to a local school in aid of Financial Planning Week.
Financial Planning Week has been organised by the Institute of Financial Planning (IFP) and will be take place between the 26 November and 2 December.
Qualified financial planning, Nick Heys, will be teaching a class of 10 and 11-year-olds attending Whaley Bridge Primary School about the importance of budgets, pensions and savings.
Heys said: "When I was at school we had lessons on numeracy but were not told how to look after money. Just by starting with the basics and teaching children how to manage their pocket money may help society in the future. Teaching children money management from an early age may help avoid another financial meltdown."
Freedom Financial Planning's managing director, Andy Nevett, is also offering to help local people try and improve their financial fitness - by running a planning clinic on Wednesday 28 November.
Financial Planning Week is a consumer awareness campaign which helps people take some simple steps to plan their future. It aims to raise awareness of how important Financial Planning is to everyone.
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